WATCH: Nearly Naked Miley Cyrus Makes Some Great Points About Our Nipple Hang-ups

Miley Cyrus discussed her love of nudity with Jimmy Kimmel in Wednesday night, while wearing heart-shaped pasties and a glitter cape ensemble. Jimmy Kimmel admitted he was having a hard time concentrating on their conversation, a problem he apparently shared with Sir Paul McCartney.

But aside from her garish attire, Cyrus made some excellent points about people's hang-ups about breasts, body-shaming and nudity. 

"I see a lot of people with their clothes on and they're assholes," she pointed out. "I don't know if it's the clothes or what. If you have your tits out, you can't really be an asshole."

She also pointed out that the issue is not breasts. "America's actually fine with tits," she said. "It's the nipple they can't handle."

Cyrus divulged where she shops for pasties, and mentioned how little she spends on clothes. "I'm very eco-friendly," she said. "I'm a vegan-nudist."

Cyrus did reveal some hang-ups about the human body at the end. But, hey...


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